Thursday, March 01, 2007

Papal Preacher: Antichrist may already be among us

In his classic work entitled "Trojan Horse in the City of God," Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand (whom Pope Pius XII referred to as the 20th Century Doctor of the Church) had this to say:

"Because an antipathy to the condemnation of secular 'orthodoxies' and religious deviations characterizes the mentality of our time, it is necessary to emphasize that the call of the hour, the opportunity presented to the apostolate of the Church in a particular moment in history, implies not only the exploitation of the positive elements of an epoch, but also the unequivocal condemnation of the errors and evil trends. Condemnation and the unmasking of errors is widely seen today as something hostile to love. No longer understood is the basic principle enunciated by St. Augustine - interficere errorem, diligere errantem (kill the error, love the one who errs).

It is assumed that these two actions contradict one another, when in fact love necessarily requires the killing of is precisely the Church's ultimate love for all human beings that calls for the condemnation of error and..these condemnations are an essential response to the call of he hour." (Trojan Horse in the City of God, p. 78, Sophia Institute Press).

The reign of Antichrist is almost upon us. Those who insist upon killing error (while loving the one in error) will no longer be tolerated by a Dictatorship of Relativism which seeks to pave the way for the Man of Sin and to enslave all in an ideology rooted in Hell.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The signs are all around us. People are behaving strangely and many dioceses are in meltdown.

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